Most people are familiar with the concept of AirBnB. Someone rents out their home in part or in whole to travelers looking for an affordable, yet comfortable place to stay. GameOn Active is a platform built off of that popular model and applied to the world of sports. They’re doubling down on this notion with the launch of a product this week that will help venues capitalize financially, and expand opportunities for amateur sports organizers, trainers and coaches to find and book sports facilities online.
The GameOn Active Operate platform will allow schools, community centers and athletic spaces to manage revenue generating rentals of courts to players looking to break a sweat. The technology will give decision makers at these venues insights into how their leasing is enhancing their earning potential, and will put them in contact with a network of sports-loving customers.
GameOn Active co-founder Gerald Asante believes that the Operate launch will be a big win for schools in particular, when considering the opportunity they’ll have to monetize their gyms during hours when class is not in session.
"We project that if a school’s gymnasium is booked for public recreational sports even 50